Thursday, January 10, 2013
Try to match the dish to the participating restaurants or follow @TimoniumPatch on Twitter for the answers.
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz relishes MC'ing Baltimore County's Restaurant Week kick-off party. And it doesn't come from the pride he feels presiding over a county industry that employs 25,000 in over 1,2000 establishments, generating $1.2 billion in revenue. No, simply put, it's the food. There were seven of the 44 participating Restaurant Week restaurants catering the kick-off party—each offering a signature dish. Can you guess where your local council member was this morning? The better question however is: Can you guess who brought which dish to the party? Scroll through the Instagram gallery to read up on the dishes and maybe learn a thing or two about the participating restaurants. We'll reveal the answers in Friday …
Where are you dining out for Restaurant Week?
Kevin Kamenetz has formally presented what is arguably his most important budget since being sworn in as Baltimore County Executive. Kamenetz told a room full of reporters and county business leaders Thursday that he is allocating a whopping $150 out of his (personal) budget be set aside for dining out during Baltimore County Restaurant Week Winter 2013. The announcement made at Patrick's Restaurant of Cockeysville pleased none more than his self-proclaimed "foodie" wife Jill Kamenetz. (Removing tongue from cheek now). “I’m a real foodie," Mrs. County Executive said. "I live to eat where Kevin eats to live.” Baltimore County Restaurant Week this year features 44 spots around the county offering between one- and three-course meals between $…
Monday, October 29, 2012
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The team will be giving away team merchandise and special access tickets at bars in Lutherville-Timonium and Cockeysville.
The Ravens are taking pep rallies to a new level, and our Timonium and Cockeysville readers can take advantage of it. The team's Playmakers are making stops at Lutherville-Timonium and Cockeysville bars to "interact with fans and provide opportunities to win Ravens merchandise and tickets" to the Flite Deck. Check out the team here. On Oct. 11, members of the Ravens Playmakers will be making stops at the recently opened Kooper's North in Lutherville-Timonium and The Field Sports Pub in Cockeysville. Schedule: The Field was still under construction as of early September. The Playmakers will also visit Tempo Lounge 402 in Essex earlier in the evening on Oct. 11. View the Baltimore Ravens Playmaker schedule. Ticket winners will be …
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
If you've been, tell us what you think about the new tavern in town by writing a review.
There is new dog in town and Kooper is his name-o. Kooper's North opened for business last week in Mays Chapel, just off of Tullamore Road. The tavern is owner Patrick Russell's second restaurant/bar scene since opening the original Kooper's Tavern in Fells Point in 1997. Kooper's brings to Timonium a highly touted brunch deal, daily specials from crabs to burgers, Belgian beers and more. But the one thing Kooper's needs? A few customer reviews. Write a review of Kooper's North. Russell and managing partner Miles Perman have been busy since Kooper's grand opening last week. They said the new location mirrors their popular Fells Point tavern in every way except for space. Kooper's North is a cozy, full-service restaurant and bar with only …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Kooper’s North is coming to Timonium in the Round Wood Shopping Center off Padonia Road.
Patrick Russell is no stranger to food. He owns and operates four restaurants and two food trucks, but his favorite meals are at Fells Point's Kooper's Tavern, the tavern he opened with his wife, Katie, in 1997. Part of the reason is sentimentality—Kooper's was his first restaurant, named for Russell's beloved yellow Labrador—but part of the reason is the good American food. "It has everything you want," said Russell who, with his wife, is deeply involved in the operations of all their restaurants. "If I want a fresh grilled pizza, I can get a fresh grilled pizza. If I want a crab cake, I can get a crab cake. If I want ahi tuna, I can get ahi tuna. If I want wings…" He stopped himself before he recited all his favorites from the menu. "…